Leadtek is reinforced with the arrival of WinFast 210 and GT 220. Both cards will find their entire raison d’etre in the context of an office use or home cinema. Format or standard ATX Low Profile, they are etched into 40 nm and supports DirectX 10.1 instructions. During playback of HD content, they can convey the HD audio formats via HDMI connection, and this without a connection to a SPDIF connector on the motherboard as before. In this context, they are logically equipped with native HDMI output (compatible with versions 1.3a).
Question computing power, these two solutions do not seem appropriate for the games for the WinFast 210, 16 calculation units and a GPU clocked at 589 MHz. Leadtek offers even when two references, one equipped with 512 MB of DDR2 (400 MHz) and one 512 MB DDR3 (790 MHz). As for WinFast GT 220, the GPU has 48 units load and is clocked at 625 MHz with a choice of four references to models with 1 GB of DDR2 (500MHz) and DDR3 (790 MHz).
Of course, all these maps are compatible for CUDA accelerated computing tasks of everyday life with, for example, video encoding and support for Flash 10.1 directly by the GPU.
- GPU Frequency: 589 / 625 MHz
- Processing units: 16 / 48
- 512 MB DDR2, 400 MHz 64-bit (GT 210)
- 512MB DDR3, 790 MHz, 64-bit (GT 210)
- 1024 MB DDR2, 500 MHz 128-bit (GT 220)
- 1024 MB DDR3, 790 MHz, 128-bit (GT 220)
- PCI-Express 2.0 16x
- Video Outputs: 1x DVI-I dual-link / 1x VGA / 1x HDMI (1.3a)
- Compatible with DirectX 10.1 and Shader Model 4.1
- Open GL 3.1
- Open CL 1.0
- Compatible with PhysX
- Compatible PureVideo HD